This massive beachside mansion overlooks the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Jetty
This enormous seaside compound adds an air of sophistication to the beachside breeze. The secluded mega-mansion overlooking the Ponce Inlet Lighthouse and Jetty offers more than 7,500 square feet of living space on a nearly two-acre estate.
As you come through the gates, you enter a spacious a paver courtyard. Inside the house, you'll spot the "grandiose coffered ceilings" that let you know this is no ordinary mansion by the sea. The house is filled with custom-designed built-ins, marble and ridiculous amounts of travertine. The foyer staircase takes you up to a turret from which you can see the sights for miles around, including the famous "Disappearing Island."
The chef's kitchen is massive, with a wet bar and center island overlooking the ocean. A "monumental staircase" with brass railings takes you up to the five bedrooms, the largest of which features a sitting area, huge bathroom and enormous balcony. Even the full-basement theater with guest quarters has granite floors and a wet bar. The pool and patio areas overlook the ocean too, with a private walkway to the beach through the dunes.
The Realtor's description for the listing by Bill Navarra of Realty Pros Assured is in ALL-CAPS, and for good reason: This coastal castle is a stunner.
"The beach is literally your backyard," says Navarra, who describes the house as having "dramatic angles and curvilinear walls." It's $2,699,000 well spent. Do you take a check?
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